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A polygon is a closed circuit created by a finite number of line segments joined together. A triangle is a three-sided figure, while an octagon is an eight-sided one. In AutoCAD, the polygon command is used to make polygons. To make a polygon, we must first define the number of sides.

A polygon is a closed circuit created by a finite number of line segments joined together. A triangle is a three-sided figure, while an octagon is an eight-sided one. In AutoCAD, the polygon command is used to make polygons. To make a polygon, we must first define the number of sides.

Polygons are shapes with three or more straight lines that connect the points. They can be convex, concave, or both. The most common polygons are the square and triangle.

The following are some examples of polygons:

  • Square: four points, four sides
  • Triangular prism: six faces

AutoCAD is a computer-aided design program that is used in engineering and architecture. It allows users to create and edit 2D and 3D designs, as well as perform mechanical engineering calculations.

In AutoCAD, the "Polygon" command draws a polygon on the screen. A polygon can be created using any combination of line segments and arcs. The "Polyline" command can also be used to draw a polygon.

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